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Q.E0RGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of lurgleal dUeaeee, and dlaeaaee of women
Office: Nolo Klghta street near Commercial
vuuv, vairu, jii
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrwi-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OMlCt-Ktgfcta itreet. near Coma ercla! Avenue
THREE tfl STATED
Onend after Monday, JaneTta.. and until turther
notice the ferryboat will make iipe m follows:)
LMTtV v, LBATll '' -, UATie j
Fot Fourth at. MUeourl Uad'g.' lentuckLd'J.
19:00 a. m.
8.O0 p. a.
1:10 a. a.
. 4:30 p.m.
: :W p.m.
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.V PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty, j
i.CorJwetei Street and Leyee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itreet) f!flil'fi Til.
Commercial Annuel VttUU, 111.
HE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
U. L. HALMDAY, VlcePreeldent.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
a.lTiATeTATXOI. w. r. baijjdat,
KIT L. BAILOUT, n. B. OOKHIHSHAK,
a, l. aniAIAMeOS, arm IN IRD,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
DepoelUrecelTed and a general banking buitnee
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F, BROH8. rneldent.
H. WELI.8. Cathler.
T.J. KKKTH,Aieiatant Cathler.
P, Broaa. Cairo; William Klugo, Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo: William Woir, Cairo:
j . in unit" iwii, v.iiV) v. v. rawui vmiu .
E. A. Buder, Cairo: J.Y.Clemum, Caledonia
U. wolia, Cairo.
A Exchange fold and bought. Internet paid In
ineNavInn Department. Oollectloua made and
A nvillRlt. nANKINO ttlTRIMRHa nnKB
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MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UE. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
HTOVES AND TIN WABE.
; ALL -SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
THE IOK KING.
Rradynow, to furniah and deliver ICR
quantity both wbolcitle and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I reapcctmily eollcit the patrosage of all my old
frlcndi and aa many new onee. and fraannteelhent
u r -5
S - T
THE POWER OK ARRESTING PISEASESdia
pUjed by thle prr paratloa la honorably ac-
knowlec);ea by the medical faculty In everj ec
tloa where tt baa beun Introduced: and tbu larpo
aale le 1U best Kiiarantee of the et imatlon in which
II te held by the puhlic. ror the effect prodaeed hy
FELLOW'S COMPOUND BYRCP OF
the luventor will refer to the medical enntlcmcn
whose Icttera are attached hereto
(Extract from a letter .1
Lvnn. Mam, Maroh 1. 19TI.
Montr. Fellow A Co.. Ht, John. N . H-
(ioBt)": I have tireacribed your(Fellnwe Hypo-
phoophltPBK In my practice, for anme nundreda of
patli'nta, where ll. nae waa Indicated, with nnltu
atlafactfiry reeulte, A. I. Met RTHUR, M. D
ELBRIPGK SIMPSON, M.D., of nndaon, N, Y.,
"I hare naed the Brrun of HvPODhonnbltea made by
Mr. Pellowe In caaes of Coummption and other
Luns and Throat diaraara, with the mnit
EDWIN CLAY, M D.,of Pncwaah, N.B., wrltea:
I know of no better medicine for peraona anner
Ins from exhauation of the nowora nf the Brain and
Nervoua Hyatem. trom lone continued tudy,or tha
cougu louowing rypbota tever, ftc, Ac. "
CHANDLRK CRANE, of Halifax. N. S.. write:
" I have naed It freely in my practice, both In di
eaae of the Cheat, a Conaumptionand Bronr.hltia,
Ac, and in lufantlle diacaaca of the prima via, or
oiumacn ana noweii, wun eminent aucreai."
Kor aale hy all druggist .
t7U.iAalaa'.n' Mt.ltornat aa
r lUIItlU 1U 1 1 "."' rmmm.
'. Coloarne aaaetT
i All FArmarj, Moihert, Buiineu Men, Mechnic,i
&c, who are tired out by work or worry, and all who.
aramiaerablt with Dyspepsia, Rheumattam. Nearal-'
gia,or Bowel, Kidney or Liver ConpUunta, youXan,
belnrlftonited and cured br ntlng
r If you are waiting away with LotuumpUon, Age,.
tDlMipatlon or any weakneia. you will fiirf PeAoV
Uinger ionic mo greaicai mummm
r..i n..n k a Htreaitk Reitorer t oa Can Da.
tand far autierior to Bitter and other Tonka, aa It
builduptheytm, but never intoxicaiti, sow.
and $i aire. Hiamw Co.. Chcmmta. N. Y ;
UAAM AIOImAM jMitticM
awn ! a "H iff
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MONIKe, JULY 31,
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
suneu in TUB INTEREST OF THE CAIRO
"Johnson wan asked if ho did not thiflk
that Burke resembled Cicero. 'No, sir,
Cicero resembles Burke, sir," was his an
swer. Good and true!"
"Thb West Boston bridge, connection
Cambridge and Boston is the one described
in Longfellow's poem "The Bridge;" as the
poem itself makes evident to one familiar
with the locality, and as Mr. Longfellow
himself avows by his putting the poem tin
der Cambridge in his "Poems of Places."
There is an English edition of Longfellow's
poems in which this bridgi was represented
by a feudal structure of stone, with a huge,
looming castle in the background; the
wholo forming no very accurate represflnU
tion of a pile bridge and the Cambridge
The ingratitude of poets has often Jeft us
mourning. Mr. Tennyson has altered or
suppressed almost all the passages in his
volume of 1833 which the critics pointed
out to his notice. The "wealthy miller's
mealy face" is no longer affectionately com
pared to "the moon in an ivoy-tod," what
ever an "ivy-tod" may be. His chcBtnut
buds are no longer
leaped a trout" has taken the
water-rat from off the bank."
place of "a
One drew a (harp knife through my tender throat
slowly-and nothing more,
which provoked the flippant inquiry,
"What more would she like?" has been
modified. An ecstatic address to "Darling
room, my heart's delight," is omitted alto
gether, and, in short, Mr. Tennyson has
usually accepted the advice even of un
friendly critics. Yet he has never shown
any fervent gratitude, and even wrote fifty
years ago an angry little poem on "Fusty
"One of the new books at the library,
Miss Phelp's "Friends: A Duet," the Bos
ton Traveler says, "it has a certain repose
and unconscious power that the early nov
els of the author do not possess. The
theme (tho struggle between love and
imaginary fealty to the dead) is worked
out in an andante strain from begin ing to
ena. nnaounns 'in"iiivin.j u.i
j, "mUU UBIJ'IVUUO
urn in cnoras ot iuuvor-.- ,
places one's self in complete sympathy
with the composer. Unless this sympathy
is felt one wearies of the slow development
of a motive so incapable of brilliant effects.
After a while we find ourselves asking at
the close of every chapter Is 'not this the
end ? Clearly, a story that can be cut off at
any point is Hot dramatic, whatever else it
may be. But the dramatic is something
that Miss Phelps docs not strive for. She
takes lite as she finds it. without addinz
any artificial touches of her own and so
realistic is her method that the reader is
filled with impatience at what on sober
thought he will accept as perfectly rational.
Yet, if wo may be permitted the expres
sion, there is notning inevitable snout
Friends,' and incvitableness is assuredly
the indispensable basis of the novel, which
must have a clearly-defined perspective a
vanishing point. An artist does not paint a
picture by beginning at one corner of his
canvas aud working across it until a given
space is filled."
The new use of the Gary sisters' old
ionic near Cincinnati is described by the
Cincinnati Gazette: "The old but picture
sque farm-house aVClover Nook, the home
stead of the gitted Gary sisters, some eight
miles north of Cincinnati, was consecrated
Saturday to theirJImeruory by a large dele
gation ot the Society ot Friends and others
of the admirers of these two distinguished
writers. The home and crounds had been
purchased by Mr. Alexander Swift, who
thus intends to preserve the place sacred as
the spot that inspired the sweet-voiced
sisters. Mr. Swift was induced to address
tho assemblage, and went on to tell how 43
years ago he tnado his first visit to the Cary
homestead, where he found a father, four
daughters snd two sons; how 41 years ago
he stood up with the oldest girl, Susan, in
the best room, and was marriod to her by
the Kev. George Rodgers, a divine of the
Univcrsalist denomination, and how, many
years after, ho wedded the youngest girl,
Elmina, who is also numbered with the
dead. Ho read 'Our Ilomcstcad', aud stop
ped between lines to point out tho "apple
boughs that almost cast their fruit upon
the rmf." Tho cherry trco whose
limbs crcakqd against Jho plaue, tho deep
old well, the Bwcutbriar bush and grand old
well sweep and damask rose beside the gate
wore gone, but their places were known,
and they were called up before the listeners.
The early struggles ot the sisters; their go
iugtoNew York; their success there, wd
their grates in Greenwood Cemetery, where
they lie side by side, were told of in tones
that touched the hearers to tears, ' and al
most overcame the speaker. Phoebe's
hymn, fearer rioine,' which ' was written
by her when Mr. Swift was in New York,
and was inspired by a sermon delivered by
Dr. Chee$r, was recited by Mr. Swift, and
afterwarlsung by his niece, ' Miss Carrie
Briutnalli Mr. John B. reaslee, ' Judge
Carter, Pf$r. Venablo, Benjamin Hopkins
and otherjf'mado appropriate remarks and
read extracts from the poems of the sisters.
Mrs. Maryvodgnd JVilliaw Lippincott
also read actioVs) Misl' Annie Marsh,
Mrs. mnoktyti) Pa.,
and Mr. itftier Parker'.sang some) 06 tiio
sweetest sty-'js of ,the slsf&v.to which they
added oth tfjjrclefetU
Home' f vtU 'rttlrfcrcd y tha whole aiTcfnlily
and was the signal that all must start in
time to reach the liomoward bound train."
Forth. Sunday Bulletin.
ar i. a. m.
We crave for aomo great bleing-ome
(ood that. In a (bower aball come,
Aud All the empty heart and home;
Yet all the while we rail to greet,
lallbloom full of fragrance weet,
W dally eruih beneath our feet.
We aak for some hlh tatloo, where
The parting soul can tcarcely bear
Tie honors great, but eppresslve care
Forgetting in our lick of faith
The bleiiing that the lowly bath
And aaftyofthe humble path.
We ili;n for some grand work to do.
Some vaat achievement, great and new,
The world may wtndcrlngly view;
Yet oft we, who would the highest acale
Long with the mightiest to prevail,
In tome heme duty, hourly fail.
Tbenkie. dark mysteries, enfold
To mortal eyea and ears aatold,
Rath beauties that enchant the soul;
Buttbeae who look with reverence meet,
May And If they but atoop to greet
A wonderonsjmirvel it their feet.
Oh ! weary heart and weary eyes.
With seeking long and looking high
The beet doth ever cloaestlle;
They who the race with patience rnn
The nearest, clearest duty done,
The beat and nobleit prize batb won.
Cairo, 111., July 30tb,18l.
The Irish Land bill was passed on the
29th inst. in the English parliament by a
o'clock this evening J. Debarrows, known
as the Springfield dog-catcher, shot and
mortally wounded a negro named Jones.
DeBarrowshad been making away with
quite a number of canines belonging to
negroes, and Jones, meeting him this even
ing in the east part of the city, proceeded
in a noisy manner to inform bim what ho
would do with him should he slay his dog,
which resulted as stated. Debarrows was
arrested and lodged in jail.
A Circus in Trouble.
Greenville, 111 July 29. Lawyer N. A.
Northcot went to Carlyle to-day to- serve an
attachment on Burr & Robbins' circus, for
debts contracted here some five years ago.
The circus people claim that their agent re
ceived t!:e money to pay the indebtedness,
and that he got away with it.
A Temperance Torpedo.
Richmond, Va., July 29. Thomas
Hibbs' saloon, at Cambridge City, was
partly demolished by a dynamite torpedu
that was exploded in the celler by unknown
parties supposed to be temperance en
Took the Wroug Done.
Caruollton, III., July 29. The wife of
Deputy County Clerk Ed. Miner, who has
been blind with Inflammation of the eyes
for ten days, was given by mistake of her
little daughter, alxmt 2 o'clock this after
noon, a dose ot Biigar of lead, a prepara
tion in which to bathe her eyes, instead of
another mixture to be taken inwardly. She
was dangerously though not fatally poison
ed. She is still unconscious, blither phy
sicians say that she will recover.
Taken for the Target.
Spiiinokiblu, Mo., July 29. At Ash
Grove, yesterday, John Sampoy, aged 15
years, accidentally killed bis brother
William, aged 11, with a shot-gun, while
shooting at a target.
The Tucker boys, who killod John Sewell
at AshGrove last Saturday, are still at
large, although the officers ,have mane a
The Fool-Killer Wanted.
Pkohia, III., July 19. Minnie Walters,
a 10-year-old girl residing in Kickapoo
Township, was accidently shot yesterday
afternoon by her 19-ycar-old brother while
he was carelessly handling a revolver. The
ball lodged in her brain and sho Iiab since
I cannot express joy enough over the
wonderful qualities of St. Jacobs Oil. For
eight days I suffered with terrible pain in
the back, almost to distraction, until I
1881. V' ,Jg
MiM of flt, Jacobs' Oil ,"I.e"ri)ott!e-of
wiucn cured me completely.. .
"V ' G. B. Haverkb, Formao,
T. Oi H. B. B. CO..
New Haven. Conn.
Ladies who appreciate elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty., ;
To persons employed in constant mental
toil, study or anxiety, Fellows' Symbol
Hypophosphites is especially adapted,
namoly to Teachers, Clergymen, Editors,
Lawyers and impecunious business men. ,
A WONDEUFUL DISCOVER yJ
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovory has no equal
sUiW established t! itself a world-wide 1 r
reputation.- Many leading 1bvr,iciatil
recommend ami use it in their practical
i no iorruuia lrom which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sale by Geo. K. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo,
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who hus ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
Itisperfectlysafetou.se iu all cases, and
pleasant to the Uste, and is the prescrip
tion of one nf the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A KriPiid in Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Eulwtric
Oil lias proved asitlutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, soie throat nud bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a never-failing antidote. Paul
G. Schiih, Agent.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bpllktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Horae Greeley's brothi-r, Thornton
Greelev, hs bequeathed his farm, val
ued at'?20,000, to the Citv of Nashua,
N. H. "
Diirlnr the last four years 479 color
among railway bi,,.,.w ,m r,ng-
Two person have given $.5,000 and
jilO.000 respectively to carry out the plan
for a hormrpathio hospital for women
and children at Boston.
It is claimed that the excursion
steamers in Massachusetts harbors and
on the littlo strip of New Hampshire
coast last year curried over 11,000,000
passengers without accident to any one
The Japanese Government has estab
lished 60,000 schools; there are 2.50
newspapers and magazines published
in that country, and mechanical, artis
tic, and agricultural expositions have
become the fashion.
A North Attleboro boy named King
told his little brother to put his hand
on a block so he could 'try an experi
ment," and deliberately chopped three
lingers off with an ax.
The New York museum of natural
history is enriched by the De Morgan
collection of pre-historic stone imple
ments, presented by Mr. Robert. L.
Stuart which he purchased in 1877 for
A clumsy attempt was made at Tans
recontly to blow up the statue of M.
Theirs. A box of gunpowder exploded,
hut merely blackened the statue in a
few places, without doing material in
jury. Hies are said soon to disappear from
a room containing a plute of the fol
lowing mixture: Half a teaspoonful of
black pepper in powder, one of brown
sugar, and one of cream, mixed to
gether. A Richmond physician says that if
people will take a bath in hot whisky
and rock salt twice a year, they will
escape rheumatism and colds. But
wouldn'tthat spoil tha whiokyP Xor
rintou'H liet ala.
The Norristown llcmld defines a
city beor garden as Two trees, a 7x9
flower bea. seventeen benches and six
waiters. In a majority of cases trees
and flower beds are dispensed with.
The "Hated Saxon" has received nn
uncommon good hit from an Irish M.
P. in the following "nate" Hihernicism:
"So long as Ireland was silent under
her wrongs, England was deaf to her
"Clara Belle" says the Cincinnati
Kn(fuii'ti". "There seems to be no
reason why a modest woman shouldn't
ride the bicycle, and ride it astraddle."
Clara Belle ought to he ashamed of
herself, so she ought.
Mrs. Gordon .Gumming, say that a
venerable cannlbul In New Zealand
whom she visited, in company with an
obeso divine, strode dowu and gently
prodded the reverend gentleman in a
manner prtHifully suggestive of Sydney
Smith's joke about "Cold curate on the
A little granddaughter of Mrs. Col.
Cliiini belli n, of Ottawa, has come into
the possession ot an historical gem; it
is the gold token which Mary Queen ot
Scot gavo to Sir Andrew Melville as
she ascended the scaffold. Tbe little
girl in named after Sir Andrew Mel
ville, her ancestor.
' 1 HTJMOB.
The wotnan that has Hie least sccjata i
about hor often nose the moat
v According to the Jwel Citizen, a , 1
man is known by the company he keeps
--otit of. , 1
- A chicken when stripped of its plum
age is said to be dressed. , The girls of
the ballet resemble the chicken in this
regard.' ' - -
A wag said of an egotistical"; writer:
Somebody should take pity on bis
readers, and put out lis Ts."
The man who can see sermons in
running brooks Is most apt to go and
look for them on Sundays,, when trout , ,
are biting. ..,) ,
An up-town grocer has a strong run - '
on tea,and he calls bis scalwambtuh," 7
because they lie in weight . '
What is the difference between Noah'i
Ark and Joan of ArcP One was made : . - -of
gophof wood, and the other wm V'Av
Maid of Orleans. . :"-?. . fc t,f.- v
A compo-titof bffftrme' crazyWSttBe'. f
- - ,' - httf'M A
.(I'wunair -nr .wwe'eo. mBk' to ,"
Ot at'thend of Art ictttclo. ' "' ' .1 v '
There are some .To.fJOO more femalea
tfla males in PliilaJoinWa. and vn '
i. people wonder wji'some gfrto
Ji tayrlaerry short cakTVihrjTph , ,!
tosHf?! is charming stuff to'caA It- is ' y j
suclKjaxcitin" fun to see who veU the . r . '
It iff mob 'siii-m isinir th.it thta !r m. .
great rw pride at our seaside waV -ering
p1e5. for there every wave" 1 hat '.-'
us cresr-T .y - ;. - j
"Do yif 14tinpe the lancers?" be l&-, ' j. ,
noeently 'Meil; and she turned away-. '
in (lisgusrj!giil whispered to hor friend.
'I do so h$tj? niaivvho talks 8lang!',
Men witftJi5'nty,itf cheek may some- v
times go uff like a balloon, but thev
never stay ofY-rwy long. Their supply
of gas soon gwjji4:out , k ;
Recipe for. tyeoomin.g. (esthetic; One j
dictionary of ajjtlevli three oil p&italv'
ings, and a WJor of old croekery
ware. Mix. Nnfains requiretl.
Perhaps theirr&WL.Ier' sight than
to see a maidiiitflady of 40 or there- -about
snak oft Trrjpsajll fuc.tiieptir- '
niisn nf nickinc ail Jfmntv crarlln
TIia wifrt nf ' a IlJam mm. whn i
very fond of siiiiif'flk:ey'a revival
hymns, ha nmuml;ic'babj Fort, o
that he would want
The Now Oi loans'? 1fiyune stales
that PhilndetphianV 'against the-,
elevaled railways. Jelyi$apii,t! That
beats the efforts of the'SaVieiWrtrdup: K
Huston Post. Jg:n) . , ; -
"My Lord," said the .foreman of an .
Irish jury who were trying a, man ft ' to
horse-stealing, "we find tb jnah,,)rho' I
stole tha mure not guilty, !aud, tecom,- "v
mend him toniercv. ' . J ." .
A novel says. "She wruns'lier hands '
in despair." A man who woffl4 Caue J
a woman to pertorm sucn'an afJiijy,'-
should be obliged to "soak bis b1a&jv--' -
. Jones: 4'I see Smi 7
riding a bicycle. tt Q l 4
.Au-rt-t--tLs" p'.yvonbj "Oh. aver?
from going witn nun r' ,
a waa very oioooiiog m aao mow
at tbe altar, and the man who was soon
to be her husband was a ninny-looking:
fellow. "Well," said one of her old
boaux, "she takes the cake."
Pb y sic i an to go vern nient clerk : 'Well,
what do you complain of?" "Sleepless
ness, doctor." "At what time do you
go to bed?" "Oh.Idon't mcau at night,
but during ofhVe hours!"
Edith to hor doll "There! don't
stare so. ' Hsu't pretty lor little girls."
Then falling into a rcvery, she contin
ued: "1 dou't see what little girls have
eyes for, for my part. I wonder when
girls are old enough to stare? I must
ask mamma when she began."
Tha editor of the l'oovcr" Gazette
has heard of an old gentleman who al
ways took notes of bis minister's ser
mons,, and on one occasion read them
to the minister himself. "Stop! stop!"
taid bo, at the occurrence of a certain
sentence. "I did not say that" "I
know you didn't" was the reply, "l
put that in myself to make sense.'' '
Paris Fashions for Men,
It would be impossible for a woman
to take a walk in Paris just now and
not notice the brilliant coloring of the
masculine garb. One has been so long
accustomed to an undisturbed variety
of drabs and grays that the blues and
greens and russets of to-day are quite
startling. True, it has been led up
somewhat by the mixtures into which
the gayest colors were introduced, but
in such small quantities that at a very
short distance they lose their individ
uality and produce no positive effect
Now. however, mon do not coquet with
color; they go in for it wholesale, and
there is no mistake about the tints they
ohoose for their nether garments in
particular, some of which are oi the
brightest bluo, othors slate-colored,
whilo others again affects. most decidod
. i I 'PI nMA n,AM fulfil
creenisn nuu. xuvno mo nUiu
lOntl'ftSII'ig CUBIS, rusnuii ui wuiuiuar
tions of brown ana lawn. Long Deioro
mon thought of Imprisoning their logs
In blue, or buttoning up their chest in
brown or yellow, they went in for
bright-tinted hose, i I have no doubt
the assortment of parti-colored plaid
and striped socks is a large witn you
as with us. English hosiers "hold the
top of the rope." as we say nere, ana
it is understood those of Paris can
teach them little they do not know.
Tho fashionable cravats are rich in
tone, shot and figured like the ladies
dresaos. This summer in the country
it will be the vogue to wear shirts in
plain zephyr cloin, dark and flax Diue,
ecru ana gray, and tor a long time past
nignigowns nnve oeen preiuiy eiuoroi
dered in the Russian style with blua
and red. J'anunn.
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K very sick Philadelphia man begged
for some fried shad. The doctor for
bid it. The sick man insisted, and his
friends, afraid to give the desired mor
sel, , attempted a deception. , "An,
said the emaciated victim, as he
crushed his teoth down on a fine comb
fried In butt", "I know this is shad. I
I cm feel tho bone. . . ..
an dm in tie promptly euvnuoa vo.
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